Jassie Gill is a Punjabi singer and an actor who was initially trained to sing at the local youth festivals. But guess what, destiny had something better and major in store. He started his singing career with his song ‘Churiyan’ which was released in 2011. But the singer turned actor git fame through his song ‘Lancer’. After that, there was no looking back for the actor. Some of his great works include ‘Mr & Mrs 420’, ‘Mr & Mrs 420 Returns’, ‘Mundeyan Ton Bachke Rahin’, ‘Dildariyaan’ and many more.
The singer is not an artist only in Punjab now. He has carved his way into the glamorous and glittery world of Bollywood film industry. His debut film was ‘Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi’ which starred some of the top-notch names in the Bollywood industry. He was seen opposite Sonakshi Sinha and the audience also saw Diana Penty, Jimmy Sheirgill, and Piyush Mishra in the film. The film got all the reward that it deserved.
Well, the singer-actor recently was in conversation with one of the leading dailies of the country in which he opened about what likes him the most, stereotypes revolving around the Punjabis and whether he checks the comments on his YouTube videos or not.
In the interview, Jassie said that he does not read the comments on his YouTube channel after uploading the video. But rather he finds reading comments on his Instagram uploads and makes a point to check out all the posts which are uploaded with #jassiegill. He was very appreciative of the fact that his fans love him and always have his back.
He truly values and respects the fan art which he receives through some medium. What he truly treasures is the sketches and letters which are sent to him. He is extremely appreciative of the fact that his fans take out a little time out of their busy schedule and do such things for him. Not to mention that he goes through all the letters that he receives.
Now isn’t he a gem that the Pollywood industry has got!!!
When he was asked about the stereotypes revolving around Punjabis being loud all the time, he cleared this air too. With a subtle smile on his face and a shine of being a proud Punjabi he said that now people have seen a lot of Punjabi in B-town. Badshah, Honey Singh, Guru Randhawa, and Harrdy Sandhu have proved their mettle. So seeing these artists, people are now realizing that not every Punjabi is loud all the time.